From: Xavier de Pedro Puente <xavier.depedro@ub...> - 2007-05-29 09:26:25
I'm getting 500 error message when attempting to edit
I tried then just adding a dot, and it also compalins. There could be
some text there which mod_security from apache doesn't like it, maybe?
Could a lesser strict rule be added to those mod_security checks?
I thought editting that page because some people is reporting that
wisiwyg editor is missing some files for them when they install (or
upgrade to) 1.10cvs. And I've just read nyloth reply in dev.tw.o:
Tested and is ok for me. Checked the CVSROOT/modules file too.
Use "cvs co tikiwiki" (instead of, for example, "cvs co tiki"). The
first one includes adodb, smarty, jscalendar, phplayers and
TikiCVSHowTo has some references to using "cvs co tiki"... (could this
be the reason why people get confused?) - I was confused with the same
issue months ago, and that was because of that small difference (that
looked irrelevant to cvs newbies like me)
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